involved in planning for the renaissance of the disused Lynmouth Pavilion
Neighbourhood Plan steering group
involved in planning to provide affordable eco-friendly housing as part of the Neighbourhood Plan steering Group
Lynton Market Hall
The Trust oversaw the final stages of the regeneration of Lynton Market Hall and the transfer of the Library from the Town Hall to its new premises, which it shared with the Pathfinder project. On completion of the Pathfinder project, their space was subdivided into two self-contained units which are now occupied by local community businesses.
regeneration of the gardens became a very successful project and after much work and fundraising now provides the community, both resident and visiting, with a lovely memorial garden on the edge of the East Lyn
Coleridge Way Extension
led the effort to extend the Coleridge Way from Porlock to Lynmouth
Walkers are Welcome
Establish the Walkers are Welcome website for the community and its visitors enrolled Lynton and Lynmouth in the national Walkers are Welcome scheme
Richard Graham was commissioned to produce a sculpture symbolising walkers using the Coleridge way. Its purpose is to promote Lynmouth's role as Exmoor's premier walking centre - passers by are encouraged to be photographed shaking his hand. "The Walker" has been installed where the Coleridge Way, Two Moors Way, South West Coast Path and Tarka Trail meet opposite the Pavilion on Lynmouth Waterfront. It was unveiled in May 2017 by John Craven of the BBC's Countryfile.